Six Compositions on Jane the Cook
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LIU, Wai Tong
Born in Guangzhou in 1975, Liu started writing in 1995 and moved to Hong Kong in 1997. He co-founded the poetry journal 《新詩人》[New Poets] in Mainland China, and has been awarded several literary prizes in Hong Kong and Taiwan, including the China Times Literary Award, the United Daily News Award, and the Hong Kong Arts Development Award for Best Artist (Literature). He has published eleven collections of poetry.
Chan is a poet, a public speaker, and teacher. Her three books include [There Were Cats Singing], the winner of the Recommendation Prize at the 11th Hong Kong Biennial Awards for Chinese Literature, a prose collection, and a bilingual Chinese-English volume of poetry. Chan’s work has been translated and published internationally.
Born in Hong Kong in 1961, Chan obtained his degree from Taiwan's Tunghai University and pursued his postgraduate studies at Lingnan University. He is the founder of the journals 《呼吸詩刊》 [Breathe] and 《詩潮》 [Wave of Poetry], and is currently teaching at the Education University of Hong Kong. His publications include 《解體我城：香港文學1950-2005》(Disintegration of My City : Hong Kong Literature 1950-2005) and 《地文誌：追憶香港地方與文學》(Land and Words : Recollections on Places of Hong Kong and Its Literature).
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